PaintPRO , Vol. 7, No. 3
May/June 2005
PaintPRO Vol 7 No 2

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Other articles in this issue:
Primers of the Future
Coloring Concrete
Deck Stains: Using Low-VOC Products
Painter Profile: Phillip Emmerling
Manufacturer Profile: Smith Paints
Product News
Product Profiles
Faux Techniques: Lusterstone
The Perfect Coverup
Painting Tips
Toolbox: Painter's Gadgets

PaintPRO Archives — Product News


Sherwin-Williams Masonry Coatings

A lock for good coverage
Sherwin-Williams Co. has introduced Loxon XP, a direct-to-concrete, high-build masonry coating that requires no primer and provides exceptional coverage.

Designed for use on tilt-up, precast or poured-in-place concrete, as well as CMU, cement block and stucco surfaces, Loxon XP resists alkali and efflorescence and offers excellent resistance to moisture penetration from wind-driven rain. The coating tolerates pH levels of up to 13 and can be applied to concrete less than 28 days old. And it requires one less coat to get results.

Also new from Sherwin-Williams is Armorseal 1K Waterbased Urethane Floor Enamel, the newest addition to its environmentally friendly EnviroSpec coatings line. The one-component system features polyester water-based urethane. It offers a high-gloss finish, delivers performance comparable to a two-component urethane, and is formulated for industrial and commercial applications.

For more, visit the Sherwin-Williams Web site or call (800) 524-5979.

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